Latest species News

Illicit online wildlife trade continues despite pandemic
Non-toxic marine algal bloom identified at Jervis Bay
Manning Great Lakes Traping schools sharing expert skills with landholders
Update on lake Wyangan for recreational users
Fire brings plant population back from brink
EPA and court make polluter pay for platypus project
Boom for threatened shrub as thousands of new plants found
Less snowy winters produce camouflage mismatch in mountain hares
Bermudagrass versus Armyworm
Proposed marine parks on Buccaneer Archipelago progressing
Third Gulf property now part of Flyway Site Network
Greens declare war on jobs
Singing unsung heroes in bushfire recovery
Jobs for Nature funding supports Predator Free apprentices across New Zealand
What’s up Skip? Kangaroos really can ‘talk’ to us
Native bats thrive after predator control
Tiny turtles tough to drought
Seed harvest to offset impact of Southern Feeder Road on native trees
Works underway along Five Mile Creek in Romsey
Fisheries Patrols uncover serious offences for native species
Public comment on: Upper-Slope Dogfish Management Strategy review
Forestry growing jobs for all
Post fire pest control continues in Eurobodalla
12 Days of Local Land Services Christmas
Ross River virus risk increases
Mass Extinctions of Land-Dwelling Animals Occur in 27-Million-Year Cycle
Edible Marine Snail Now Contains A New Species
Council allocates $250,000 to fight plant from hell
New study could offer helping hand for picky parrots
Could spotted owls benefit from forest fires?
Pūnanga Manu o Te Anau/Te Anau Bird Sanctuary welcomes back daily tours
Baw Baw’s bandicoots need your help
A beautiful place to be: students explore city’s wetland
Mixed results for Yellow-eyed penguin/Hoiho on mainland, decline on Rakiura
Mail biosecurity ex-seeds expectations in 2020
Campers and beachgoers asked to share our beaches this summer
Plans for sports precinct site go on show for community comment
Aerial traps could be a game-changer to help restore nature
Rare chicks from remote island hatch
Prehistoric ‘Sea Dragon’ Discovered on English Channel Coast Is Identified as a New Species
Stick to rules and enjoy a safe and sustainable abalone season
State of Environment – Mosman
Volunteers helping to protect endangered little terns nesting on Corrie Island
Understanding COVID-19 infection and possible mutations
Study seeks to protect great hammerhead sharks
Can a coral reef fish help unravel how humans domesticated animals?
Humans aren’t only species to use medicine, sparrows do too
New nature reserve coming to Kenny